Warning! If you’re anything like me, you’ll have nightmares if you watch this at night, in the dark, alone. Hell, you’re going to have nightmares if you watched it in broad daylight in the middle of Times Square.
Admission alert! I totally believe in spirits & possession. But not in like a weird way where you should be nervous to open any closets in my house for fear of shrine-like, ritualistic great beyond paraphernalia. I guess a better explanation would be that I’m fascinated by the potentiality of spirits, good and evil. Like a creepy puzzle you would never be able to order off of Amazon, but you still won’t stop until you figure it whether this piece goes to the arm or the butt cheek. Apparently this puzzle is of a nude person.
The recently released (July 2) Deliver Us From Evil follows the accounts of former New York police officer, Ralph Sarchie, based on the book in which he documented his experiences with those evil spirits during an investigation of very bizarre & terrifying cases.
And to celebrate the freaking out of people in theaters all across the country, I’m giving away a copy of the book (in the off chance you’re too wimpy to commit to the real life moving picture version of the story and have no such thing as a vivid imagination because…TRUST ME ON THE WHOA EFFECT!) and tee from the film.
All ya gotta do is leave a comment letting me know if you believe in evil spirits or don’t believe in evil spirits. Any and all explanations for why are welcome and grounds for extra entries!
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Official-y film synopsis:
In DELIVER US FROM EVIL, New York police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), struggling with his own personal issues, begins investigating a series of disturbing and inexplicable crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest (Edgar Ramirez), schooled in the rituals of exorcism, to combat the frightening and demonic possessions that are terrorizing their city. Based upon the book, which details Sarchie’s bone-chilling real-life cases.